Ifrane is a town and commune of Morocco, with a population of 30,000 and situated in the Middle Atlas at 1,713 meters above sea level. It is the capital of the province of Ifrane, in the administrative region of Fez-Meknes. In 2013, the city was ranked second cleanest city in the world.

Ifrane, city of the Middle Atlas Central, is characterized by its European urbanism. It is the capital of the province of Ifrane, which covers an area of ​​3,573 km² and is administratively composed of two municipalities (Ifrane and Azrou), five caïdats (Tizguit, Dait Aoua, Ain Leuh, Timahdit and Irklaouen ) And eight rural communes (Tizguite, Dait Aoua, Ain Leuh, Sidi El Mekhfi or Sidi Addi, Timahdite, Ben Smim, Oued Ifrane and Tigrigra.) The province is part of the Fes-Meknes region.

Ifrane benefits from a very humid and temperate climate with an annual rainfall of 1,498 mm and an average annual temperature of 10,8 ° C. The northern slope of the Middle Atlas Mountains is indeed the most watered area of ​​Morocco after the Rif mountain range. Precipitation occurs mostly in winter. The mountains of the Middle Atlas are then on the path of disturbances from the Atlantic. In winter it snows a lot on the city.